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E1: 42: Sales Order Batch Price/Cost Update (R42950) Blanking Out Secondary Quantity When Run On a Line With the Price Override (PROV) = 1 (Doc ID 2998767.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Processing - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When Sales Order Batch Price/Cost Update (R42950) is run against a Sales Order Line with manual price (PROV = 1), the Secondary Quantity is wiped out. This is happening if setting the Sales Pricing on Override Price flag to N in Pricing Constants.


  1. In the Item Master(P4101), setup an item for dual unit of measure.
  2. In the Work With Item Unit of Measure Conversions(P41002), define UOM conversion.
  3. In Pricing Constants(P41001 -> Form exit to Price constants), the Sales Pricing on Override Price flag is set to N.
  4. Create a sales order from Sales Order Entry(P4210). Manually enter price so that the price override code flag (Alias:PROV) is set to 1. See the secondary quantity is populated automatically based on the setup.
  5. Run Print Pick Slips(R42520)
  6. Do Ship confirmation(P4205)
  7. Run R42950.
  8. See the Secondary quantity is cleared from the order line.


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